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Fri, 6 May 2016

Airways New Zealand and CAAS Sign MOU to Improve Air Traffic Management

Airways New Zealand and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to improve capabilities in air traffic management.

 The MOU was signed today (6 May) by Airways CEO Ed Sims and CAAS Director-General Kevin Shum during the CANSO Asia Pacific Conference 2016 in Queenstown, New Zealand.

The MOU will pave the way for enhanced cooperation in a number of areas of air traffic management (ATM) and air navigation services (ANS). These include the exchange of information and expertise, professional development and collaboration on research.

Mr Shum said, Given the cross-border nature of ATM, both Airways and CAAS recognise the significance of cooperation to advance regional ATM capabilities. We are excited by this collaboration which will go beyond hardware and process enhancements to enhance the development of aviation professionals. This partnership between two of the leading air navigation service providers in the Asia Pacific region will bolster our capabilities to manage the complexities of increasing air traffic more safely and efficiently. 

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